It is written:
“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1)
Many are not aware that every letter in the Hebrew alphabet is much more then a letter. In Hebrew, every letter is also a number, a color, a musical note, and a concept. Notice what we find in the concepts of the very first word of the Hebrew Old Testament, bereshit (translated in the NKJV as “in the beginning”):
“I began my search in the very first word of the Old Testament “Bereshit” meaning “In the beginning.” What would happen if I took the ancient pictographs and substituted them for the Hebrew letters in Bereshit? Would there be a message hidden beneath the surface text? I was not disappointed…. In the pictograph of Bereshit, the first word of Genesis 1, we read from right to left: ְבּ Beit which is a picture of a house or the temple, ֵר Resh meaning the highest, אAleph which can mean God or sacrifice, שׁ Shin meaning to be destroyed or to destroy, יYod meaning hand or one’s own hand, ת Tav meaning a cross. (See fig 4) The stunning message we receive from Genesis 1 in ancient Hebrew Pictographs and Bereshit the very first Hebrew word in the bible is: The house / temple of the highest sacrifice (or God) will be destroyed by his own hand on a cross.” (Bob Mitchell, The Messiah Code: The Code Hidden In The Hebrew Old Testament Revealing The Identity And Mission Of Israel’s Messiah, 84-96 (Kindle Edition))
This is a powerful proof of the prophetic accuracy of Scripture my friends. Hidden in the very first word of the Hebrew Old Testament is a graphic description of the identity, mission, and willing death for others of the Messiah.
Will you not today accept Jesus’ message and plan of redemption? He died for you, was buried, and arose from the dead on the third day (1 Corinthians 15:1-8). Why not be saved this hour?
“Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” (Acts 2:38)